2011 Kenner League Rosters Announced, Georgetown Freshmen All On Same Team

The rosters for the 2011 Kenner League, one of the top summer leagues in the country that features several Georgetown players and many others competing on Georgetown's campus, have come out. The current Georgetown players are spread across six different teams in the 14-team league, but all five members of the Hoyas' freshman class will stick together on The Tombs.

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That team will feature Mikael Hopkins, Tyler Adams, Otto Porter, Jabril Trawick and Greg Whittington, as well as sophomore John Caprio. They'll compete in the Hyper Dunk Division, in case you were wondering.

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The other Georgetown players are on different teams. Top returning player Jason Clark will be Team Takeover, while potential NBA prospect Hollis Thompson will play for Team Turner. Center Henry Sims will team up with guard Markel Starks on DCX, while Nate Lubick and Aaron Bowen will join forces for Clyde's.

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The action gets underway on Saturday. For a full schedule, click here.

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